2145 Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA | Directions 3006233.969960 -84.490617
Monday - Saturday: 11am - 2am
Sunday: 11am - Midnight
Always a good time – Wild Wing is always a good time to meet up with friends to have drinks, wings and a good time. In fact the only negative thing to say is that people feel it's okay to bring little kids in to an adult place that is about drinking and bands during the evening. Other than that go out and have a good time.
Did Not Know They Were There! – Wild Wing Cafe is my favorite, but I did not know the Marietta location was even there! I drive past them 10-20 times a week and have been an advocate of the "Corporate Stores" in Duluth and Suwanee but did not know they were in Marietta. This is the "Original" in ATL..... After enjoying the wings at the restaurant in Hilton Head this store was opened...... AS GOOD OR BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL... Great wings and the buffet bar is THE BEST! Give them a try they beat them all!
Awesome wings!!!!! – Great wings!! lots of variety, jalapeno chedder is awesome!!! I prefer take out because its always busy!!
Not very impressive – Customer service at the bar was awful! Being in the business for the same company, I know how not to talk to a customer and apparently no one told this guy!
Best Wings In Town – By far the best wings in the area. A huge wing selectioin and an even bigger beer selectoin. Tons of TVs to watch all of the games and pretty good service.
A massive menu of chicken wings and beer flies high in Cobb County. – The Scene
This suburban hangout draws a big crowd most nights. Two cheery dining rooms, littered with slapstick touches, like a moose wearing Mardi Gras beads and a kayak hanging from the rafters, flank either side of a hulking bar. Friendly, mostly female servers bop between tables to a new rock soundtrack. Thousands of beer bottles line the walls--a testament to the epic beer list.
The menu is sprawling, with burgers, ribs, wraps and salads, but chicken wings are what you'll find on most tables. Piled onto tin platters and smartly accompanied by hand towels, they're available in dozens of varieties. Barbecue flavors are bold and sloppy, with thick sauce slathered onto meaty wings. Other simple options like ranch and fajita are winners, while fussy marinades--including Thai, ginger, and jalapeno cheddar--falter after a few bites. Don't overlook the classic hot wing--the old standby may be the best of the bunch.
Relax at the Wing! – The Wild Wing Cafe has to be the best spot for Karoke on Thursday nights! It's close to home, has a great KJ, the crowd is friendly, service is wonderful and the scene is relaxed. It doesn't matter if you've never sang before or if you're a professional wanna-be, you'll enjoy the energy here at the Wing. I've been a regular now for over three months...my friends have been dragged there (they'd never been to a "good" KJ show) and now we're a staple to be seen! Young or old, singer or not, you've yet to experience Karoke at it's best until you've been to the Wing on Thursday nights! P.S. They also have a great beer selection and great martini's...at a price you'll not find in Midtown.
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